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Examining the effectiveness of fluid bolus therapy in the treatment of septic shock and prevention of organ failure in a large animal model

Byrne, Liam


Fluid resuscitation is a widely recommended and used therapy in the management of septic shock. Despite widespread use there is limited evidence demonstrating efficacy. Recently the first randomised controlled study examining the effectiveness of fluid resuscitation in septic shock was published suggesting it was in fact harmful. This PhD will examine the effectiveness of fluid resuscitation in a large animal model of endotoxemic shock with the aim of establishing if it is an effective therapy...[Show more]

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Date published: 2021
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/HBKG-KW20


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